You should inform the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLAare you serious - is this a joke??

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are you serious  - is this a joke??

this is in the buprenophine info section

First most have sold their car (massive prejudicial statement and stigmatizing generalization left in to show how easy it is for this to happen) and second how high would you have to be too call just so you can have your licence taken away.

Driving. If you use heroin or other opiates such as buprenorphine, you should inform the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). You are likely to be banned from driving. However, if you are on a supervised buprenorphine programme, you may be allowed to drive again subject to an annual review.

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    hello fisst of all, Iam also in a bouprenorphine unit -I am from Greece - here in Greece you can drive  even you are in boup or methadone - but if in the UK is required ...i think you have to declare this 
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    This is no joke. I don't know where you are, but I have never been able to learn to drive due to being on Diazepam. My prescribing doctor reliably informed me that no insurer would cover me, no insurance equals illegal driving.

    Sorry, it's probably not what you want to hear.

    hanb

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      I AM from the CAPITAL of POLITISM i said that in Greece is data that you have to be carefull while taking those meds -we do not have here special SERVICE FOR DRIVERS AND WHAT THEY MEDICATION TAKE 
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    im not suggesting that yo ushouold drive high...you are m issding my point.

    H

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